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Posted on Oct 30, 2017
Quick form is so 2016. Wynwood respects an eco-accommodating boutique
Wywnood has the Antidote (yes, play on words aims) to quick mold. Newly stamped Antidote boutique simply opened in the workmanship cherishing 'hood and the boutique is overflowing with eco-cognizant apparel brands.
"We are something other than a store; we are cognizant form. Each piece is one of a kind and has a particular story from its motivation to the way it was enlivened. We are eager to share our story," Antidote Founder Sophie Zembra says.
So what would shoppers be able to expect, precisely? Think Cienna joined base jeans, Lemlem gauzy gowns, Edun wide-leg pants, Sarah's Bag pill grips and the sky is the limit from there. Many pieces in this mindfully influenced curation to use reused textures, veggie lover cowhide and champion reasonable exchange hones. Customers can filter through embellishments, shoes and prepared to-wear garments extending from $150 to $2,000.
For instance, the brand Lemlem, established by Liya Kebede, makes Ethiopian hand-woven cotton scarves, ladies' garments and kids' dresses made by customary craftsmans in Liya's local Ethiopia. Her concentration is solitary and solid: to engage ladies through moral mold.